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        [Photo Album]: World War II Woman Marine's Club Souvenir Photos

      Veterans' Photo Service. 1943-1945. Oblong quarto. Measuring 10" x 12". String-tied brown cloth photo album with "Semper Fidelis" stamped on the front board. A collection of 37 black and white and sepia-toned professional photographs measuring between 3.5" x 5" and 8" x 10" in personalized souvenir cardstock sleeves or envelopes. A World War II Woman Marine's (referred here only as "Terry") scrapbook of souvenir photos taken at various officer's clubs and popular night clubs throughout the United States between 1943 and 1945. Many of these are in California including The Little Club at the U.S. Grant Hotel, Top's, Jimmy Kennedy's Paris Inn, Sherman's, the New Continental Room, the Monte Carlo, all of which are in San Diego, as well as the Hollywood Palladium, The Lotus in Washington, DC, and Ocean View Park in Norfolk, Virginia. They depict smiling women and men in uniform at nightclub tables posing for their souvenir photo and are mostly personalized to Terry from her various comrades. Women joined the ranks of the Marines in 1943 as the Marine Corps Women's Reserve and were admitted due to the shortage of manpower from deploying troops on two fronts. An extensive collection of professional photography showing the nightlife of Women Marines in World War II. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Lady in the Lake: A Philip Marlow Mystery.

      Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1943 - First edition / First printing. Green cloth. 216 pages. Fine in a near fine dust jacket. No restoration, a remarkable copy. Chandler's fourth book. $2.00 Net Price present. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Orpheus Books]
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      Heart Mountain, Wy. 1943.. 6,2pp. Mimeographed sheets, stapled. Near fine. Charter devised and printed by the members of the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, together with a summary of the Charter Commission's work. The internment camp at Heart Mountain opened in August 1942 and closed in November 1945. Over the course of the three years it existed as a War Relocation Authority facility, some 13,997 incarcerees passed through the Heart Mountain internment camp. Many were destined to stay within its barbed wire confines the entire time. At its peak, the camp population was 10,767. The camp functioned as a small town - albeit within the confines of a barbed wire fence and with group mess halls for all the dining - with schools, jobs, medical facilities, etc. The preamble of the charter reads: "We, the residents of Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Wyoming, composed of American citizens of Japanese ancestry, alien Japanese, and other racial groups, involuntarily evacuated from the Pacific Coast, in the cooperative spirit of assisting the Project Director of this Center, as free persons, and as classes of persons, associating ourselves as one common body, to establish justice and promote the welfare of this community, do hereby adopt this Charter. The approval and the acceptance of this Charter, in its entirety or any part hereof do not in any manner whatsoever, relinquish nor surrender any of the rights and privileges of said groups as guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States of America." The charter further outlines qualifications for voting, the legislative body and its powers, the format for general elections, and other governing provisions. A scarce piece of printing from this Japanese internment camp.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        The Ministry of Fear

      London, Heinemann. 1943, 1943. Second printing, June 1943., GREENE FAMILY COPY, INSCRIBED. 8vo. 236pp. Publisher's yellow cloth, lettered in black. A rather used copy in partial dustwrapper; the front flap, upper panel and spine are present, but lacking the rear panel and flap. Redeemed however by several jottings to flyleaf; there is a curious inscription in black ink; 'W H Greene from Graham Greene (Oak Cottage Plumpton Sussex)' which was actually penned by Greene's brother Hugh, whilst Graham himself has signed the page in blue ink much lower, and drawn an arrow or link line to this other inscription. Additionally, the leaf bears the ownership signature of the recipient W.H.Greene, in pencil, underlined and dated 1945.

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        Le Petit Prince

      New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1943. Wraps. First Softcover Edition, First Printing with no subsequent printings listed on copyright page; "Flying Crow" present on page 63; Publisher's name at base of spine extends slightly onto covers as called for in first issue. In Very Good condition. Wraps show toning, light rubbing, two tiny white specks on front cover and light edge wear. Thin, 1-inch stain to front gutter, light tidemark to top corner of last two pages and to top of page block. A nicer copy than normally found, and extremely rare in this format.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        The Author's Original Typed Manuscript for "Journey in the Dark."

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1943. The author's original hand-corrected typescript for his most important work, "Journey in the Dark," which won the Pulitzer Prize in 1944. Donated by Flavin to the US Treasury Department "to help the war financing campaign," with a certificate from "The Books and Authors War Bond Committee" dated May, 1945. This typescript purchased by or for Seton Hill College in Greensburg, PA, as printed on the certificate. A note in the author's hand reads as follows: "This is the original MS of "Journey in The Dark," as I wrote it at the rate of about 500 words a day between April 1941 and July 1943. I compose on a typewriter, and though I may write a page a dozen times, when I finally leave it, it is finished. Indeed, long before this book was finished, it was going into galleys. I use loose leaf paper - keeping the work in binders as it progresses. Martin Flavin | May 15th 1944." Two cover sheets typed by the publisher with the title and list of other works by Flavin precede the typescript. Dedication page typed by the author, stamped "Received Aug. 17, 1943." The complete typescript comprises 611 one-sided typed sheets (three-hole punched) with publisher and editor notations throughout. The author's holograph corrections in blue ink on approximately 125 leaves and several other leaves with pencil corrections transferred from the galleys. In addition to grammatical corrections, the author clarifies "why the flak was unalarming," removes racial references, changes a character's name to Mr. Ginsberg from Mr. Bergman, and deletes a page and a half aside about American apathy towards WWII up until the bombing of Pearl Harbor. How many Pulitzer Prize winning manuscripts from the 20th century still remain in private hands?

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        Front-Illustrierte. No. 29

      1943. RUSSIA. Front-Illustrierte. Für den Deutschen Soldaten. No. 29. 2 leaves. Folio, 285 x 212 mm. December, 1943. |~||~||~||~| A fine copy of this extremely scarce Soviet propaganda pamphlet. Front-Illustrierte was published in an attempt to persuade German troops to surrender on the Eastern Front. Most issues contrasted the prospect of continual misery and certain death on the front with the salvation offered to surrendered soldiers by Russian captors. This issue presents a photograph of the unified Allied leaders, followed by images of their armies encircling Hitler, himself depicted as an octopus clinging to Germany. The text suggests that the German soldiers cooperate in rebelling against their leaders. A fine copy.

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        THE LITTLE PRINCE (Signed Ltd )

      New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1943. First edition. Very Good +/Very Good. One of 525 copies of the signed first edition, this copy number 272, as numbered on the colophon and the jacket spine. Book Very Good + on account of two clippings affixed to the final blank leaf, with offsetting to the adjacent pages. Previous owner's name written on the half-title and "first edition, autographed" helpfully written on the front end paper. The dust jacket is original to the book as seen in the matching spine number, but has been price-clipped and is chipped at the spine ends. "The Little Prince" is the best-selling French language book of all time, beloved around the world. It tells the story of a pilot, stranded in the Sahara, who encounters the Little Prince, visiting our world for a brief time before returning to his home planet. Unlike so many children's books with one simple message, "The Little Prince" offers several profound insights for readers of all ages. "Antoine de Saint-Exupery, most metaphysical of aviators... has written a fairy tale for grownups. The symbolism is delicate and tenuous. It challenges man the adult, and deplores the loss of the child in man." (Contemporary review in "Time" magazine). Very Good + in Very Good. dust jacket.

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        Les mouches

      First edition, one of 18 numbered copies on "pur-fil" paper, leading copies.Bound in full morocco jansenist red back with five nerves, golden tail date contreplats guards and black morocco, covers and spine preserved, all edges gilt; shirt half red morocco, spine with five nerves, when golden tail, black felt inside; lined red morocco case, within ocher felt very elegant set beautifully prepared by Duhayon.Superb copy fully established in a binder of Duhayon tripled. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Gallimard Paris 1943 12x19cm broché

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      A L'OMBRE DES CYPRES 1943 - R200044777: 62 Pages. Mouillures dans l'ouvrage sans conséquences sur la lecture.Plats tachés. Plats désolidarisés. In-Folio En feuillets. A relier. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Intérieur acceptable Classification Dewey : 840-Littératures des langues romanes. Littérature française [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      - WORLD WAR II. KRIEBELTJE DE BOSKABOUTER. no publishing information, Dutch, circa 1943. Oblong 4to (11 x 7 1/2"), pictorial wraps, some soil, VG. An elf named Kriebeltje meets a caterpillar in the forest that has the face of Adolf Hitler. The caterpillar is eventually eaten by an ant. Illustrated with 2 full page color illustrations and several partial page color illustrations by Clia. Rare. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Bel Ami. 3 volumes dont 1 de suites.

      Paris, chez Porson 1943-1945 - Lithographies originales de Grau Sala. 118 compositions. Complet & Contrôlé. Édition tirée à 275 exemplaires. Celui-ci (N°50) un des 50, sur papier teinté, contenant une SUITE en noir des 118 illustrations avec remarques inédites, une AQUARELLE, et 4 planches inédites en noir. Paris, chez Porson - 1943-1945. 309 et 301 pp. Pages volantes sous couverture illustrée. 3 chemises individuelles illustrées, aux dos toile grise ornées en couleurs. Étui commun. Pas de rousseur. Très bon état. Bel exemplaire. Format in-4°(26x18). Edition illustrée

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        History of the Second World War. The Mediterranean and Middle East. [SIX Volumes] Vol. I: Early Successes Against Italy; Vol. II: The Germans Come to the Help of Their Ally; Vol. III: British Fortunes Reach Their Lowest Ebb; VOL. IV: Destruction of the Axis Forces in Africa; VOL. V: The Campaign in Sicily 1943 & the Campaign in Italy; VOL. VI: Victory in the Mediterranean, Part I: April to June 1944.

      London Her Majesty's Stationary Office. Mixed editions (5th, 3rd, 2nd, 1st, 1st, 2nd). 6 Volumes (544, 424, 482, 556, 921, 520 pages). Missing: Vol. VI part II and part III. With DJs and orig cardboard slipcases with publishers identif. stamps outside, all volumes have been stored inside these slipcases ever since purchase and accordingly are perfectly preserved, except for some creasing at edges of DJs and some minor bumping at 2 corners of boards of Vol. I, everything else as new. +++ Orig. price in the 1960ies: 265 GBP (= 860 DM), according to slipcases. +++ Need further photos and/or information? Just use the "Ask Bookseller" button and we'll be pleased to help. Sehr gut Hardcover Buch. Wie neu

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        Le mythe d'Oreste. Manuscrit autographe et tapuscrit complets

      Autograph manuscript of the author of four and a half pages in-8 published in the issue dated 27 July 1943 of the Journal of Debates and resumed the same year in Faux-Pas. Complete manuscript writing very dense, with many erasures, corrections and additions. Important literary chronicle of the work of Jean-Paul Sartre and especially his last piece of theater: Flies. Full typescript is attached. Between April 1941 and August 1944, Maurice Blanchot published in the "Chronicle of the intellectual life" of the Journal of Debates 173 articles on recently published books. In a half-page newspaper (about seven pages in-8), the young author of "Thomas the Obscure" his first steps in the field of literary criticism and inaugurates a theoretical work that develop later Many in these essays, "The Share of fire" to "The Infinite Conversation" and "The Writing disaster." From the very first articles, Blanchot demonstrates a sharp analysis far beyond the current literature that motivates writing. Oscillating between classical and modern writers of the first order and minor novelists, he puts in his columns, the foundations of critical thinking which will mark the second half of the twentieth. Transformed by writing and by war, Blanchot breaks, over a thought exerted "on behalf of the other," with violent maurassiennes certainties of his youth. Not without paradox, then it transforms literary criticism philosophical act of intellectual resistance to barbarism at the heart of an "openly marechalist" newspaper: "Burning a book, write, are the two acts between culture which registered its oscillations opposites "(The Book, In Journal of Debates, January 20, 1943). In 2007, Cahiers de la NRF together under the direction of Christophe Bident all literary chronic unpublished volumes with critical analysis of the relevant work of Blanchot "novels, poems, essays give rise to a singular reflection, always safer his own rhetoric, delivered more to echo the impossible or the lure of extinction. (...) Not without contradictions or step aside, and the certainty of a feverish work begins (... ) these articles reveal the genealogy of a critic who has transformed during the chronicle necessity of thought. " (C. Bident). The autograph manuscripts of Maurice Blanchot are of great rarity. S.n. (Journal des débats) s.l. (Paris) s.d. (1943) 13,5x21,5cm & 4 pages in-4 4 1/2 pages in-8

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        Manuscript Notebook documenting 162 numbered dates with girls, with specific activities, locations, and the author's assessments of every date

      1943-1947, [Berkeley, CA] 1943 - Spiral notebook, approx. 5.75 x 3.75 inches, completed rectos only in ink in a neat, legible hand. Manuscript account of the loves and losses of an unnamed Berkeley Teenage Casanova, from 1943 to 1947, meticulously recording the girls’ names, contact information, what they did on the dates (movies seen, diners visited, picnics, parties, UC Berkeley sporting events, etc.) and a brief assessment of each date ("enjoyable," "she likes to talk," "never enjoyed dancing so much," "no comment," "alright," "it's slow but sure"). This teenage "player" is no doubt a UC Berkeley student; certainly he has a car which he parks on UC Berkeley campus. The diary documents an innumerable stream of girls; a large part of the text describes he rise and fall of an extended romance with Marilyn is charted in detail, from "If we were a bit older, one would say that we’re engaged" through "undoubtedly she’d have enjoyed herself more with a trained dog – which I’m not!" to "at long last the embers have turned black!" At the end of the diary, on Sept. 12, 1946, the author is 19 years old. His dates are young; in some instances very young: writing on April 20, 1946, the author states that in 18 months Marilyn is going to be 17 (sic). As the diarist concludes philosophically at the end of his notebook: "And thus I end this, the first report on girls that I know, or in many cases have known. I close with the realization that my search is not yet over. And so I look forward to new faces and new loves." A fascinating look at romantic mores during the sociological dawn of the Teenager. Very good antiquarian condition

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      St. Pölten St. Pöltner Verlagshaus um, 1943.. 12 original Farblithographien in origninal Mappe, + Textheft Sondereinband. Einband berieben u. bestaubt, Kanten etw. bestoßen, innen etw. beschädigt (MAPPE) / G1053 *.*

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        A love letter from Iwo Jima Flag Raiser Rene Gagnon to his future wife from the Marine Corps Recruit Depot ? ?Its almost unbelievable to think that I havent seen you in over a month, before I used to think it was bad when I didn?t get to kiss you at least once during an evening ??

      Parris Island, South Carolina, June 27, 1943. 7" x 10.25". "Rare Autograph Letter Signed ?Rene,? 4 pages, 7? x 10.25?, front and verso. Parris Island, S.C., June 27, 1943. To ?Darling Kiddo,? his future wife, Pauline Harnois. Toning. Fine condition. In part, ?Right now I am sitting in my bunk, and writing to you as a matter of fact, we spend almost all day Sunday in our bunks we're either sleeping or sitting down and cleaning our rifles ... Tonight we might go to the movies ?" but I doubt it. Boy you'll never know how much I miss you, I wish that I could take you along with we when I am shipped to my new post, but I guess that is impossible so, I'll just have to dream of how nice it would be to have you along ... While on furlough I've got to go to Boston 1 day on business for the Marine Corp. I will go up on the 3 or 4 oclock bus in the afternoon so if you can come up with me we can go dancing after I?ve reported at the Recruiting Station. We can bring Helen [her sister] along to that is if she wants to go. If you don?t come up with me I?ll have to go anyways and that would mean that we?ve spoiled a whole evening, while we?ve got the chance to be together we might as well take it. Gee whiz I can hardly believe it in a little more than two weeks we?ll be skating together. Its almost unbelievable to think that I havent seen you in over a month, before I used to think it was bad when I didn?t get to kiss you a[t] least once during an evening ... You must know I love you as ever Rene. P.S. The ones who make the most score when we shoot for record will get a P.V.C. stripe - So please say a little prayer for me will you X Thanks.'' In 1943, 18-year-old Rene Gagnon was drafted and elected to join the Marine Corps Reserve on May 6, 1943. He was sent to the Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina. On July 16, 1943, 19 days after writing this letter from Parris Island, Gagnon was promoted to Private First Class. On April 8, 1944, he was transferred to the 2nd Battalion, 28th Marine Regiment, 5th Marine Division. In September, the 5th division left Camp Pendleton for further training at Camp Tarawa, Hawaii, for the assault on Iwo Jima by three Marine divisions of the V Amphibious Corps. On February 23, 1945, atop Mt. Suribachi on the Japanese island of Iwo Jima, six American soldiers ?" five Marines and one Navy corpsman ?" planted the American flag. Joe Rosenthal of the Associated Press was awarded the 1945 Pulitzer Prize in Photography ?for his photograph of the Marines planting the American flag on Mount Suribachi on Iwo Jima.? After President Franklin D. Roosevelt continued to see the AP photograph in newspapers across the country, he issued a Presidential Order: ?Transfer immediately by air to Washington, D.C. the 6 men who appear in the Rosenthal photograph of flag raising at Mt. Suribachi.? What he didn?t know was that three of the soldiers, all Marines, had died at Iwo Jima: Sergeant Michael Strank, Corporal Harlon Block, and Private First Class Franklin Sousley.On May 14, 1945, under the slogan ?The Mighty Seventh,? the 7th United States War Loan drive officially began. Marine Private First Class Rene A. Gagnon, Marine Private First Class Ira H. Hayes, and Pharmacists Mate 2nd Class John H. Bradley toured the nation with the tattered American flag they helped raise on Mt. Suribachi three months earlier. The drive continued for seven weeks until June 30, 1945. In Baltimore, on July 7,1945, Rene Gagnon (1925-1979) and Pauline Harnois (1926-2006) were married.On November 7, 1954, the three survivors of the flag raising met for the last time at the dedication of the 78-foot tall Marine Corps War Memorial based upon Joe Rosenthal?s Pulitzer prizewinning photograph."

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        An Autobiography

      New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1943. Cloth. Collectible; Very Good. SIGNED BY FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT on the front free endpaper. A solid copy to boot of the 1953 stated 3rd printing. Clean and VG+ (with bright silver lettering to the front panel and spine) in its russet cloth. Mild offsetting at the rear hinge, otherwise completely free of any markings or writing. Square, thick octavo, 561 pgs. Signed by Author.

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        ALI' BABA' E I 40 LADRONI Libroteatro.

      Milano, Hoepli, (1943). In-8 (mm. 230x260), mz. tela edit. con piatto figurato a colori. All?'interno, sei scene tridimensionali (con quinte e fondali), tutte a colori, disegnate dal pittore scenografo Mario Zampini e dipinte da Raimondo Centurione; annesso il libretto della fiaba. Magnifica edizione, apribile a 360°, molto ben conservato.

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      Traducción y notas de Manuel Conde López. Ed. Internacional. San Sebastián, 1943 - . 17,5 cm. 83 pág., 2 h. y 1 plano plegado. Ilustr. con dibujos de Carlos Ribera, en el texto, y 2 aguafuertes de Andrés Lambert, fuera del texto. Elegante enc. de Brugalla en plena piel, ruedas en ambos planos, cantos y contracantos, lomera bellamente decorada con hierros y mosaico, corte superior dorado. Conserva las cubiertas originales. Presentado en petaca. Tirada de 25 ejemplares numerados del 1 al 25 con los primeros estados de los aguafuertes y el estado definitivo (ej. 25) de una edición de 400. Ex libris de anterior poseedor. * Traducción de la obra publicada en Londres en 1700 impresa por Hugh Newman titulada "An account of Saint Sebastian, in relation to their government, customs and trade." Monografías locales. País Vasco. San sebbastián, Donostia. País Basc Libros modernos a partir de 1830 español [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Römische Elegien 1788. Mit 14 signierten Steinzeichnungen von Willi Geiger.

      Feldwies bei Übersee, Chimsee, 1943,. 56 S. mit 14 sig. Orig.Lithographien.. Das Werk, das im Selbstverlag des Künstlers erschienen ist, entstand während seiner Lehrtätigkeit an der Leipziger Akademie in 100 numerierten Exemplaren. Hier in der Vorzugsausgabe Nr. 8 in Orig.-Halbpergament. Schönes Exemplar. Beiliegt ein "Werbezettel" Geigers mit sig. Litho und Beschreibung des Werks. Bei Bestellungen gegen offene Rechnung bitte Telefonnummr angeben. Danke!

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        ALI' BABA' E I 40 LADRONI. Libroteatro.

      Hoepli (1943). In - 8 (mm. 230x260), mz. tela edit. con piatto figurato a colori. All?interno, sei scene tridimensionali (con quinte e fondali), tutte a colori, disegnate dal pittore scenografo Mario Zampini e dipinte da Raimondo Centurione; annesso il libretto della fiaba. Magnifica edizione, apribile a 360°, molto ben conservato.

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        General Manual for Structural Repair. July 10, 1943. Restricted for official use only. Published under joint authority of the Commanding General, Army Air Forces, the Chief of the Bureau of Aeronautics, and the Air Council of the United Kingdom. With Illustrations.

      Cleveland: Lockheed 1943.. Orig. Leinwandringhefter (berieben und bestoßen, die Mappe fleckig, das Titelblatt und ein weiteres Blatt lose, sonst gutes und sauberes Exemplar). 4°. fest gebunden. Seltene erste Ausgabe der nur autorisiertem Personal zugängigen Instruktionen. Eine Hudson war übrigens das erste Flugzeug der Royal Air Force, das im Zweiten Weltkrieg ein deutsches Flugzeug (eine Dornier Do 18 am 8.10.1939) abschoss. - Scare first edition. Restricted copy AN 01-1A-1 for and with the stamp of B.D. Whitaker, Works Manager. By the way, a Hudson was the first airplane of the Royal Air Force which hits a German plane in Wordl War II (a Dornier Do 18 on the 8.10.1939). - Kollation/Collation: 3 Blatt/sheets title and contents, 2 Blatt/sheets Section 1: Introduction; 7 pages section 2: A Description of the main elements in aircraft structure; 11 pages section 3: General working practice; 12 pages section 4: Materials and their identification; 27 pages section 5: Heat treament; 19 pages section 6: Rivets; 5 pages section 7: Bolts, srews and nuts; 8 pages section 8: Fasteners; 8 pages section 9: Cable splicing; 15 pages section 10: Structural tubing repair; 11 pages section 11: Repair of transparent plastics; 18 pages section 12: Repairing wood and plastic-impregnated plywood; 12 pages section 13: Repair and application of fabric covering; 19 pages section 14: Anticorrosion precautions; 6 pages section 15: Repair of heat exchange equiment; 11 pages section 16: Replacement of flexible hose and fittings; 12 pages section 17: Tire changing and repair and 7 pages Index

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Kristen (Dr. Lorenz Kristen)]
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        La Clandestine Lames sourdes illustré de gravures sur bois en couleur de André Collot Avec un ORIGINAL Au moulin de Pen Mur 1943

      Moulin de Pen Mur 1943 - in-4, reliure demi cuir à coins, 5 nerfs, 214p, n° 12 sur Arches Avec un Original et une suite en noir des bois, bon état

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      1943. STEINBECK, John. HOW EDITH MCGILLCUDDY MET R.L.S. Cleveland, Ohio: The Rowfant Club, 1943. Quarto (about 11.5 by 8.5 inches), black & patterned cloth with leather title labels on front cover & spine, in original turquoise-colored dust jacket; housed in a specially-made slipcase. Limited Edition of 152 numbered copies, of which this #142. [Goldstone & Payne A20a]. Privately printed for members of The Rowfant Club. A very nice copy! Near fine condition (very minor edgewear; contents clean and tight); some fading edges (spine more heavily faded; few short tears & a few very tiny chips) d/j. "142" in crayon on the front cover of the d/j- issued thus. Copies of this title are around but copies in nice, original dust jackets are not. I believe I purchased this copy for a customer of mine from the famous Bradford Morrow John Steinbeck collection offered for sale in 1980. $4,500.00.

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      DISNEY, WALT. WORLD WAR II. WINTER DRAWS ON - MEET THE SPANDULES prepared by the Safety Education Division, Flight Control Command of the United States Army Air Forces. 1943. Oblong 16mo (6 x 4.5"), pictorial wraps, some cover soil, VG+. Spandules are relatives of Gremlins who get pilots in trouble in the air. Illustrated by the Disney Studios with 20 warnings in the form of humorous 3-color lithos showing pilots what to do to prevent encounters with these little fellows. The artwork is attributed to Disney animator Bill Justice who was also the artist responsible for drawing Roald Dahl's Gremlins. (This according to an article by Jim Korkis on the never produced Disney Gremlins film). Rare.

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      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1943. First American Edition. First Printing, one of 6,000 copies. Octavo; lime green cloth, with titling and rule stamped in dark green on spine and front panel; dustjacket; 216pp, [2]. Gentle sunning to spine, with a hint of offset to front endpaper, else Fine. Dustjacket is price-clipped, gently spine-sunned, and without loss; a few short tears [apparently] professionally mended on verso, with with one long tear (and attendant creasing) extending from crown to center of rear panel similarly mended; minor, skillful touch-up along same at upper spine; just Very Good, though retaining significant shelf appeal. Chandler's fourth novel, basis for the 1947 film noir directed by Robert Montgomery, who played the role of Philip Marlowe alongside Audrey Totter and Lloyd Nolan. Bruccoli A4.1.a.

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        Organisationsbuch der NSDAP (Organization Book of the NSDAP (Nazi Party))

      Munchen: Der Reichsorganisationsleiter der NSDAP, 1943. 7th edition. Fair/no dust jacket, covers partly detached, rubbing to extremities, bookplate on front pastedown, front endpaper removed, needs rebinding. xxxii, 595 p., color/bw illus, 8vo, TEXT IN GERMAN;

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        An Address By Winston S Churchill Prime Minister of Great Britain Delivered Before Members of the Congress of the United States - 19 May 1943, signed by Churchill

      Stamford Connecticut: The Overbrook Press, 1943. Limited Edition, signed. Hardcover. This is the scarce limited edition of Churchill's 19 May 1943 address to the U.S. Congress, the only copy signed by Churchill we have offered. Churchill's signature in black appears on the first free endpaper. This was Churchill's second address to Congress, seventeen long months of war having passed in the interval since his first, just after Pearl Harbor. Churchill's address came only days after the Allies' total victory in Tunisia. Allied victory in North Africa not only removed Nazi Germany from Africa, but also cleared the way for invasion of Sicily and opened a vital route via North Africa for Stalin to be sent promised supplies - politically important, particularly given the strain placed upon Allied relations by discovery of the Katyn massacre. Churchill departed for the four-day voyage to the United States aboard the Queen Mary on 6 May. From the 11th on, Churchill was with Roosevelt in Washington and at "Shangri-La", the President's Allegheny mountains retreat, discussing and planning the course of the war. Churchill nonetheless took considerable time to prepare this address to Congress. "Churchill spent most of May 18 preparing the speech for the United States Congress. Beginning that morning at 9:30, he dictated until 4:30 in the afternoon... There was then further dictation from midnight until 2:30 in the morning: a total of nine and a half hours dictation." (Gilbert, Volume VII, pages 408-409) Churchill's task was to continue to reinforce common cause, unified strategy, and mutual resolve. "I do not intend to be responsible for any suggestion that the war is won or will soon be over." Churchill cautioned, invoking, for his American audience, the prolonged outcome of the U.S. Civil War. "No one after Gettysburg doubted which way the dread balance of war would incline. Yet far more blood was shed after the Union victory at Gettysburg than in all the fighting which went before." Churchill concluded: "By singleness of purpose, by steadfastness of conduct, by tenacity and endurance, such as we have so far displayed, by these, and only by these, can we discharge our duty to the future of the world and to the destiny of man." This edition was limited to 600 copies specifically for members of Congress, published in September 1943, and is the first volume appearance of this speech. This edition is both more scarce and more elaborate than the publisher's limited edition of Churchill's first address to Congress. The binding is black paper covered boards with a red, gilt-stamped label inset on the front cover. The binding measures 10.5 x 7.5 inches. The contents are printed in red and black on thick stock. The two-page Colophon Note includes excerpts from Churchill's 8 June 1943 address to the House of Commons upon his return from Washington. This signed copy is in good condition overall, sound with some cosmetic wear and blemishes. The fragile black paper covered boards remain firmly attached with unbumped corners and the red front cover label is fully intact. The boards show some modest overall scuffing with a 1.5 inch split to the lower hinge, slight blistering of the paper at the lower left front cover, and a small amount of a waxy blue substance adhering to the bottom margin of the red label and the black paper directly below. The contents remain bright with no spotting and no previous ownership marks apart from the author's signature. Churchill's signature is distinct and clearly legible, with only minor age-toning. The blank endsheets show light soiling and we find a tiny moisture stain at the upper blank margin, as well as a creased upper corner at the final free endpaper. Protecting the slim volume is a custom clamshell case in full black morocco (no cloth surfaces either internally or externally) with raised spine bands, marbled paper interior lining, and the date "1943" in gilt on the lower spine. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A181.4, Woods A93(b).

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        Spifire Pilot

      London: Faber and Faber Limited,, 1943. Octavo. Original sky blue cloth, red lettered spine. Portrait frontispiece and 6 plates. Ownership inscription and note on front free endpaper. Spine sunned and rolled. First edition, fourth impression; originally published in June 1942. With an autograph letter signed from the author to "Thompson", thanking him for his letter and apologising for his slowness in replying as he has "been away", saying that he will "certainly come to Wigton on January 9 - the only difficulty being transport, as I have no car now and being Sunday I don't suppose the buses will be much use", then enquiring if "any of your people come out from Carlisle by car?"; he closes by way of a postscript: "Excuse paper - written at aerodrome". Dated from RAF Kingstown, Carlisle, 17 December 1943 and written on a sheet roughly torn from an exercise book. A wonderfully evocative wartime letter from a noted Spitfire ace, who was killed a year and a day later. Flight Lieutenant David Moore Crook DFC was a member of 609 Squadron and was involved in the Battle of Britain. During his career he was credited with six "kills". On 18 December 1944 he took off from Dyce in Scotland on a high level photographic sortie; his plane went into the sea near Aberdeen and his body was never recovered.

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        Glenn Miller's Method for Orchestral Arranging

      New York: Mutual Music Society. (1943). First. First edition. Red cloth gilt. Two stapled Glenn Miller musical scores ("I'm Thrilled" and "Song of the Volga Boatmen") laid in as issued. Spine cocked (because of the scores), and dampstaining along the bottom edge, a good copy. The scores are usually lacking. Very uncommon. .

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        L'etre et le neant (Being and Nothingness)

      Librairie Gallimard, Paris 1943 - SARTRE, Jean Paul. L'etre et le neant (Being and Nothingness). Librairie Gallimard, Paris 1943 - Half-title + TP + Dedication page + half-title + [11]-722 + [723]-[724] = Table des Matieres + 2 leaves, Octavo. First Edition (Douglas 327; Contat 43/34a)Along with the Critique de la raison dialectique, this is one of the two major philosophical works by the Nobel laureate and dominant intellectual force in the cultural life of mid-century France. The very rare first edition, first impression from "Bibliothèque des idées", printed on 25th of June 1943 ("Le vingt-cinq juin mil neuf cent quarante-trois" (colophon) ), with the printed dedication "au CASTOR" (i.e. for Simone de Beauvoir"). While there is considerable controversy regarding Sartre's technical and systematic contributions and to their ultimate place in the history of philosophy, it remains true that "the extraordinary fecundity and energy of Sartre's mind must be recognized. Again and again, when he seems most deeply involved in some hopelessly sterile logomachy, he will offer an insight that make the tortuous complications of his terminology a small price to pay in turn. In this respect he is like Hegel, whom, among the great philosophers, he may most resemble" (Frederick A. Olafson). CONDITION: Original paper covers. Clean pages throughout. Light browning to spine. Review copy with "SP" SERVICE DE PRESSE printed to title page and rear wrapper. Housed in a cloth clam shell box. Overall, a very good or possibly near fine copy of a delicate and fragile work. PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Fabrik: Ein Bildepos der Technik / Factory: A Photoessay on Technology

      Erlenbach-Zurich: Rotapfel-Verlag, 1943. First edition. Hardcover. First printing. Introductory text by Arnold Burgaurer in German. An interesting collection of black and white photographs all taken in Switzerland in the early 1940s. While the rest of Europe was undergoing the massive upheavals of World War II, Tuggener was able to take these modernist industrial images and portraits in the calm of a neutral country. A very near fine copy in brown cloth boards in an about very good dust jacket that has some edge wear, small tears, some rubbing and other wear as well. Original caption list laid in along with a contemporary publisher brochure as well as a gallery biography sheet from 1982. Despite the small flaws, a very nice copy of a powerful book. (Parr & Badger v1, 144)

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      - Paris, Emile-Paul Frères, 1943, 14.5x20.5cm. Trois ouvrages en un volume. Superbe reliure en demi maroquin cerise à coins signée par Maylander (à Paris). Dos à nerfs orné de listels en maroquin citron, vert et ocre et de fleurons dorés. Plats en papier ivoire à motifs floraux. Tranche supérieure dorée. Couverture et dos conservés. Editions à tirage limité, illustrées par Grau-Sala. Un exemplaire numéroté sur vélin mauve pour le "Jammes", un des exemplaires sur vélin bleu pour le "Verlaine" et un des exemplaires sur vélin rose pour le Samain. Magnifique exemplaire, très fine reliure. Envoi de photographies sur demande. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Fountainhead

      Bobbs Merrill 1943 - An inscribed early printing which is the same size and shape and coloration as the first printing, inscribed by Rand on the front free endpaper. Bookplate on front pastedown of the person named in the inscription. Very good condition, some discoloration on lower back panel. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Many Mansions

      Rider and Co., Hardcover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, 4th Editionundated but appears to be from 1943 or 1944. the boards are shelf worn and the spine is discoloured. the book has no inscriptions and the binding is excellent. Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: 63ff.

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        A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

      Harper & Brothers 1943 - Stated First Edition, First Printing, with proper D-S code. In Very Good condition, lacking the dust jacket. Slight mottling to cloth, light wear at corners and spine ends. Title label on spine toned, and nicked at top corner. Endsheets toned, thumbed. Foxing to edge of page block. Production wrinkle to several page corners. A nice copy, with cloth less faded than normally found. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Little Prince

      Reynal and Hitchcock, New York 1943 - LIMITED EDITION OF 525 copies printed. This copy is authentically SIGNED by Antoine De. Saint-Exupery. This ORIGINAL dustjacket has some minor wear to the spine and edges. The book is great shape. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning with minor wear to the boards. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A wonderful copy SIGNED by the author housed in a custom clamshell slipcase for preservation. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      Milano: Gruppo Editoriale Domus, 1943 - Gr.4° - 226pp - Color & b/w reproductions. First monograph on Italian photography in italian and german languages. Original binding. some wear signes and a tear on back otherwise in very good condition [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Katy and the Big Snow

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1943. First Edition. Decorative Cloth. Collectible; Very Good/Very Good. A lovely copy of the 1943 true 1st edition (with the matching dates to the title and copyright pages and the "$2.00" price on the dustjacket flap). Clean and VG+ to Near Fine in its pictorial cloth, with one tiny bump to the spine crown and no writing or markings of any kind internally. And in a bright, price-intact, VG+ dustjacket, with one small closed tear at the spine crown, just a touch of light soiling to the front panel and the slightest hint of light creasing along the panel top-edge. Oblong octavo, wonderfully illustrated thruout in vivid color by Virginia Lee Burton. A very solid, unusually well-preserved example of this beloved highspot in children's literature.

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        How Edith McGillcuddy Met R. L. S

      Cleveland, The Rowfant Club, 1943, first edition. No. 116 of 152 numbered copies, printed at the Grabhorn Press, black buckram spine with red and gray floral pattern boards, Goldstone & Payne A20a, Morrow 169, this was Henry F. Pope's copy, Pope was a long-time Rowfant Club member who died in 1950, his Rowfant Club books were given back to the club, this copy was acquired via a Rowfant Club auction, lacking its glassine jacket, as usual. Very nearly fine.

      [Bookseller: James M. Dourgarian, Bookman]
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